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Post date 02 June 2012

3/4 cup extra-virgin cannabis olive oil
3/4 cup balsamic vinegar
2 finely minced cloves of garlic
2 tsp. dijon-style mustard (optional)
1/2 tsp. oregano
Pinch of salt
Pinch of pepper


Now for the really hard part: put all the ingredients in a blender and blend until thoroughly mixed. Store in mason jars in refrigerator.

Post date 26 May 2012




1/4 lbs dry bud or dry trimmings

5 cups water (in the pot)

2 cups high-grade olive oil



Pressure cooker or crock pot

Grape press or extra-large coffee press pot

1 Medium-length metal spoon

Latex gloves (not the ones with powder on them)

Clean Container

Clean Tupperware

Fine grape press filter or coffee filter



Place the 5 cups of water in the pot and bring to a simmer (not a rolling boil). Add the 2 cups of oil and either ¼ lb of dry bud or trimmings. Do not stir, as the moving water will do this for you. Cover and turn the heat down to medium-low. You don’t want to cook the water off because this helps to keep your product from burning, and thus wasting the THC. After 20 minutes turn down the heat all the way to low. After an additional 40 minutes (1 hour total) turn off the heat and remove the pressure cooker (or crock pot) from the heat surface. The remaining matter in the pot should look like wet mashed up lawn clippings with much of the liquid remaining.


Next, scoop the matter in your crock pot or pressure cooker into your grape press or press pot. While you are doing this, ensure that you spread the matter evenly in the press, so as to get maximum pressing ability. Pour any remaining liquid into the press, as this is where the majority of the THC is concentrated. Heat up 2 cups of water and pour it over what is in the grape press or press pot. Use a fine filter and tighten this over your clean container with rubber bands or something similar. Next, begin the press the matter, slowly but steadily. The funnel from the grape press should be running into your clean container. The color running through the funnel (if it’s clear) should be dark green and gold with some tan intertwined. Make sure you get all of the oil, as you won’t want to waste one drop of this precious medication (you may have to tilt the press to get all of the liquid into your container. Squeeze out the filter over your container (this is where gloves come in especially handy, as you can become extremely high just from touching the mix) to get all of the oil. The oil should appear as an inch or so wide layer on top with more water underneath. Place this container in the freezer to solidify overnight.


When you pull the container out of your freezer the next day, you should have a clean Tupperware (or similar container) nearby. Use a metal spoon to scrape off the solidified yet somewhat doughy (it is similar to Play-Doh) mixture and place it in your container. The mix should be a light green color. Any brown matter you see is water and as much of this as possible should be removed. Once you have successfully collected all of this precious mix it will be ready to medicate with. Store it in the freezer  if you want to keep for long a long time.


Warning: ½ cup of this olive oil is equivalent to 1 ounce of cannabis. Use appropriately for your specific needs. This savory treat is great to spread on toasted bread, use in some of your favorite cooking recipes, and even makes for an extremely effective topical medication.




Post date 26 May 2012


There are two ways to make your butter. One way is to boil water and then add the butter and Cannabis. The alternative way is to simply very slowly and gingerly melt the butter and then add the Cannabis. Either way has been proven to be extremely effective, however if it is your first time, or if you are somewhat inexperienced in a kitchen setting, you may want to use the water method so you don’t burn the product and therefore waste time and money. Using the water method generally takes anywhere from 18 - 22 hours, whereas making it simply with butter and water takes 3 to 4 hours.

The Water Method

Boil 2 cups of water for every pound of butter you intend to use. Generally, you will want to use between 1 and 4 ounces of finely ground bud (potency of the butter not only depends on the amount of bud you use but the quality as well) for every pound of butter. You can also use trimmings from your harvest, but you may want to increase the ratio, as it is obviously not as potent as buds. Once you boil the water, add your butter and turn down the heat to medium-low. When the butter completely melts, it should start simmering (not boiling, but more of a slow simmer-gurgle). Once this happens, add your finely ground Cannabis to the mix and turn the heat down to low. You may want to give it one initial stir, just to mix the plant matter into the liquid. Cover and let cook for between 18 and 22 hours, checking on it every few hours to ensure the heat does not get too hot. The mixture should again be slowly gurgling bubbles, but not boiling. It doesn’t hurt to add a few splashes of water over the course of the 18 plus hours, as some of the water may evaporate. After around 20 hours it should be safe to remove from the heat. When you do this, allow it to sit for a minute or two. Strain the mixture into a Tupperware container, using a cheesecloth or coffee filter to remove any bits of plant matter from going into the container. Cover and place in the refrigerator overnight to solidify.


The next day, the butter should have hardened to a hard chunk of solid butter on top of water. Remove the butter and pat it dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. If there is brown sludge attached to where the butter touched the water remove this by scraping it off with a knife or spoon. Your CannaButter is now ready to cook with or simply spread on toast. For optimum results, store in the freezer until ready to use and do not reheat. It may also be store in the refrigerator, although will only keep for 2 weeks or so.

No Water Method

The other way to make Cannabis-infused butter is without water. This method takes a lot less time (3 to 4 hours) but must be done very delicately as the butter can burn easily, thus wasting your precious medication. Place a pot on the burner and turn the heat up to low-medium (about 9 o’clock on the dial). Place your butter in the pot and move it around constantly to ensure it does not burn (the same ratio of bud to butter applies to the no water method). When the butter has completely melted it should start slowly gurgling bubbles. Once it does this, add your bud or trimmings. Again, give it an initial stir to mix it all together and then cover and turn down to low. Check on it every 15 minutes or so to make sure it doesn’t burn, but don’t stir it. After 3 hours of slowly simmering, it should be ready to remove from the heat. Repeat the same steps as the water method from here on. Enjoy!


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Post date 26 May 2012

Regular (non feminized) Cannabis SeedsRegular strain

Hash Plant® is a regular strain, which will produce male and female plants.
Cannabis Cup WinnerCannabis Cup Winners

Hash Plant® has won a Cannabis Cup or another Cannabis Award.
Sunny / MediterraneanSunny / Mediterranean

Hash Plant® can be grown outside in a warm, sunny climate with a long summer.
Compact plantCompact plant

Hash Plant® will have relatively small height gain during the flowering phase.
Flowering 40 - 45 daysShort flowering period (40 - 45 days)

Hash Plant® will have a comparatively short flowering time.
Yield Large YieldLarge Yield

Hash Plant® can produce a large yield, without the extra care needed for some of the higher yielding strains
90% Indica90% Indica

The Hash Plant® strain has large proportion of Indica genes in its background.

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This precious Afghani is descended from one of the finest hash-making cultivars ever brought from the Hindu Kush to the west. Cannabis strains known generally as hash plants are found throughout the countries that border these mountains, but very few have the pedigree of this Hash Plant - a living definition of the stocky, chunky, beautifully sticky Afghanica genotype. The direct ancestor of Hash Plant was developed in the Northwest USA and came to Holland as a few carefully-transported female cuttings. Upon arrival, the tiny, fragile Hash Plant clones were given a safe home in the Sensi Seed Bank breeding labs, where this outstanding cultivar quickly proved her worth, becoming an important building-block in several other Sensi hybrids.

Over the years, many experimental crosses were made in search of a pollen-father that could match up to the HP female and produce seeds worthy of the Hash Plant name. An equal partnership was eventually found in a male from Afghanica’s other royal family - the Northern Lights line. A 50/50 HP x NL#1 father was back-crossed to the original HP mother, which gave us the 75% HP-25% NL hybrid. Of all our breeding experiments, this crossing produced the strongest specimens by far — with even experienced Dutch smokers having trouble finishing a single joint. Thus the Hash Plant seed strain was born.

Hash Plant stays compact during her extra-short flowering time. Her tight, resin-drenched flower clusters develop a brittle surface when dried and give off a deep, rich Afghani aroma that’s undercut with a hint of hashish. When smoked, her dominant flavour is the spicy-sharp bite of smouldering resin glands, a sensation which quickly becomes indistinguishable from her effect. The instant vaporization of those layers of sparkling trichomes accelerates Hash Plant’s rapid, blissful and breathtakingly powerful body-stone

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